Brexit

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Brexit is good. There is no way that any problems will result from Brexit, because the leaders of the process are strong and stable.[1] Brexit is a process where the United Queendom leaves the European Onion.

The word Brexit is a portmanteau of the English word "Brexfast", and the European word "Tit", it symbolizes the increased harmony and cooperation that will result from the Brexit deal.[2]

Main culprits[edit | edit source]

People[edit | edit source]

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The beginning[edit | edit source]

Britain has been part of the European Onion ever since Julius Caesar, the first leader of the European Onion invaded the land.

Brexit began in 1535, when Henry VIII, the King of England found the European bureaucrats in Rome to be awkward and slow, and their representatives to be money grabbing and corrupt. The British led a campaign of violent Brexit and destroyed all the Europeans, this process was ended in 1541.

Many times later the Europeans tried to take over again. In 1605 they even tried to blow up Parliament and the king, but their dastardly plan was foiled. The Brexiteers passed laws banning Europeans and chopped off a lot of their heads.

In the early 1800s, a very short Frenchman decided that the British were enemies of the European Onion, which he had successfully taken over. However the forces of the Brexiteers were victorious on the high seas, and after inventing the wellington boot, trudged through the Great Swamp of western Europe to defeat him.

In 1914 and 1939, the Europeans tried unsuccessfully to reverse Brexit, leading to millions of deaths. Finally in 1973, after 438 years of bloodshed, Britain rejoined the European Onion.

Now, after a mere 43 years of European harmony, the British people are violently Brexiting again.

The build up[edit | edit source]

UKIP scared the Conservatives into agreeing to hold a referendum.

2016[edit | edit source]

On 23 June 2016, slightly more people voted to leave than to remain, because the government lied about how much extra money people would get. And this is the truth!

The strong and stable leader of the Brexit Theresa May was appointed leader, however she felt she needed more support, so she held an election. Although she was elected, she lost a lot of her MPs, and had to bribe the Northern Irish bastard party to keep her in power.

2017[edit | edit source]

People made plans.

2018[edit | edit source]

People made plans.

2019[edit | edit source]

All the plans were torn up!

After the plans had been torn up, the government starting making plans again.

Future[edit | edit source]

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